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    By Mike Florio
    As Eagles coach Chip Kelly tries to maximize the performance of his no-huddle, hurry-up offense, he needs maximum cooperation from his players. So far, he’s not getting it. Before Sunday’s unexpected loss to the Chargers, Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reported that Kelly has instructed his players not to leave the ball on the ground after… Read more…

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    Quote Originally Posted by N TX Dave View Post
    Part of the problem is in college you suit up 90+ players in the pros you only suit up 46 big difference and like you say they are not 18-22 years old they are 30+ year olds playing, Vick is 33 how long can he keep the pace up?
    In addition to the 90 players versus 46. The 46 players for the most part are equally talented. He is used to winning 90% of his college games on talent alone when hurry up the offense allows for a great room for error against weaker teams and their depth.

    Next thing you will hear is Chip getting upset with the Refs for not sprinting on every play to get the ball set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopekaRoy View Post
    Yep. That's exactly the point Chiefs offensive Coordinator Doug Peterson was making when he said "You can't spend all day in a seven-step drop mode in the NFL. Being able to nickel and dime at times is good. If you're going to play fast, you need to be efficient. Sometimes you may have to sacrifice your vertical game here and there to stay efficient on the field and keep your defense on the sideline."

    Do you hear that, MMH?
    Or just take it out of the playbook all together :)

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